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Pop­u­lar street­food spots are con­cen­trated around the bustling Vuc­ciria, Bal­larò and Capo mar­kets. Here you can also find fresh lo­cal pro­duce, seafood and spices. Go early to land the good stuff

An­tico Caffè Spin­nato This café is open late and has free wifi. Find top-notch, freshly made cannoli and pas­tries here. I also loved the lunches served from a big tray and paid for ac­cord­ing to weight, with melan­zane, pasta and pizza on of­fer. spin­

An­tica Fo­cac­ce­ria Francesco With hum­ble be­gin­nings in 1834, this eatery has all the typ­i­cal street­food on of­fer in a trendy set­ting. Grab what you want in­side, pay and choose a ta­ble in the sunny square out­side. an­ti­cafo­cac­ce­

Il Si­cil­iano Aper­i­tivo hour be­gins at 7 pm. It nor­mally costs €10 for a cock­tail (make it an Aperol Spritz) and a brim­ming plat­ter of snacks to go with it. il­si­cil­

Tour­ing Cafe Beach Just be­side Mon­dello Beach, this café has buck­ets of gelato and fresh savoury buns loaded with cheeses and deli meats. tour­ing­

Tav­erna Az­zurra The spot for cheap drinks (try the lo­cal Marsala) and a vibey evening on the pave­ment. Nearby you’ll find plenty of food ven­dors at Pi­azza Carac­ci­olo sell­ing sand­wiches and seafood. face­­erna-Az­zurra

Streaty Food Tours Ex­plore the best street­food Palermo has to of­fer with a lo­cal pro­fes­sional (the likes of Jamie Oliver have used their ser­vices). A tour will cost you €35.

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